Get a Library Card

Any resident of California can obtain a Simi Valley Public Library card. The card can be obtained in person at Simi Valley Public Library or by filling out the online application. 

To obtain a card, you will need to show a valid California Driver’s License with a current address, or any government issued I.D. and a proof of address such as: postmarked mail, current bill with name and address, monthly rent receipt, tax payment, etc. Non-residents of California can obtain a library card for a $25 annual fee. 

The library card is available to adults, teens, and children. Those under the age of 18 must have their parent or legal guardian’s signature to get a library card. 

Upon obtaining a library card, a PIN will be set as the last four digits of the patron’s phone number. The PIN can be changed by logging into the library account or by letting a staff member know when registering in person at the library. 

A replacement card can be obtained for $1.00. Identification is required as proof for card replacement. 

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